Have you tried these practical activities to help students with vocabulary learning? There's something for all ages and levels.

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Submitted by raniaboudoumi on Thu, 12/28/2023 - 11:43

THANK YOU! so helpful.

Submitted by raniaboudoumi on Thu, 12/28/2023 - 11:42

Perfect! thank you!

Submitted by raniaboudoumi on Thu, 12/28/2023 - 11:39

That was so helpful in my classes.

Submitted by Sandu96 on Sat, 12/02/2023 - 09:14

Thanks for sharing vocabulary activities! I mostly use hot seat and vocabulary box in teaching, in my point of view these activities help students to remember words easily.

Submitted by JULIANA OLIVEI… on Wed, 01/12/2022 - 02:45

Thanks to the oppotunity of increasing our way to teach!

Submitted by MD ILYAS on Thu, 08/20/2020 - 17:20

1. Reading a lot: Reading everything we can get your hands on is one of the most passive and most effective ways to boost your vocabulary.
2. Keeping a thesaurus and a dictionary nearby.
3. Making Flashcards. 
4. Describing our Surroundings.
5. Listening to Music.
6. Committing to learning one new word every day.

Submitted by Md. Serajul Islam on Fri, 07/24/2020 - 11:30


Submitted by declan on Thu, 04/23/2020 - 15:31

  I have taught English about three and half years but I still cannot find some suitable ways to teach lexis. Thanks to your resouces, hence I can find tons of useful methods for my further teaching.

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